Summer is approaching and to enjoy the season, outdoor activities are a must. Enjoy music under the sun and the most delicious food with diverse events to make your weekend like no other.
This Thursday, the 9th edition of BizBarcelona is coming with almost 200 activities destined for entrepreneurs, if a freelancer or an SME. Activities include conferences, presentations, advice, and networking spaces. Many topics of discussion such as avoiding errors when learning, tax aid, novelties for self-employed people, the opening of international markets, management innovation, and more will be covered. Right then and there, you can find a commercial area in which 70 different exhibitors will participate.
A new edition to the gastronomic festival is Born Street food, one last time, in the streets of this emblematic neighborhood. With a large variety of activities like show-cookings, tastings, and all accompanied by music. This year you will find chefs Luca Marongiu y Gonzalo Rivière, from the restaurant Zero Patatero, and Francesc Solé Parellada, from the restaurant 7 Portes. Do not miss out on enjoying this delicious event this weekend.
During Barcelona’s Design Week, MYBARRIO presents a new edition of pop-ups called “Special Edition”, in the unique Soho House Barcelona: the “Pop Up d’Estiu.” A small, intimate and exclusive event that is perfect to celebrate the arrival of summer, accompanied with lively music. Along with the iconic designer market, MYBARRIO will present a selection of objects of design and style, decoration and art in its own “galleria boutique”, as well as creative workshops with views of Port Bell. A day of work that is full of art and creativity
Behind the success of its first edition, the vinyl record fair decided to honor the currently nonexistent Gran Price room, rending a tribute to a district that is historically linked to collecting. This is an event that is surged to celebrate the day of the Music, honoring the historical time of when it was destroyed in 1973. There will be numerous activities like a variety of exhibition of France, Italy, and Cataluña, leaving room to learn some of the most valued musicals.
Palo Alto welcomes a new addition to MUT, free days of silent films in collaboration with director and screenwriter David Trueba and music by DJ Javier Verdes, from Visual Phonic. At this event, films like will be projected such s “El enemigo de las rubies,” one of the less-known films made by Alfred Hitchcock, that conducts the spectator through the dark night fog of London to show the history of a murderer in a series that frightens the population. The access to the showings is free, prior encryption to the website of the Fundacion Palo Alto. A plan that is different and original. Are you interested?